On January 29 all appeared happy and glorious as the loyal bears travelled to Dingwall to watch their heroes in action, comforted by a four point lead with £37m starlet Amad Diallo set to light up Scottish football.
Before the match they chanted about winning another league, the second in their decade long debt ridden existence.
Diallo duly delivered, opening the scoring in the first 10 minutes but as their buses made their way back to west/central Scotland news came through that a 90th minute goal from Liel Abada had cut the gap at the top down to four points ahead of the Glasgow derby.
Within a couple of days Celtic were in top place, Diallo had been destroyed with Borna Barisic binned as a trembling sh***bag.
Hear the rangers sing we’re gonna win the leagueeeeeee https://t.co/WQ99DitJZP
— Bekah (@rlouisexxx) April 24, 2022
— Kieran (@Kieran_Celtic) April 24, 2022
Yesterday they again looked in on Dingwall, hoping to see Celtic’s bottle crash just as the pundits had predicted. It didn’t happen with Sunday May 1 a date that they are dreading with last season’s freak show about to be put in proper context.